Pauillac is a French red great wine produced in the Médoc, in Bordeaux. The appellation has 1199 hectares of vines. A total of 115 different chateaux maintain vineyards in the appellation.

 

Pauillac, presentation of the great wines

Discover the grands crus of Pauillac on Comptoir des Millésimes. Find a large selection of ready-to-drink mature old vintages from one of the most prestigious appellations in the world. It is in Pauillac that we find the majority of the 1er Grands Crus Classés in 1855: Château Latour, Château Lafite Rothschild and Château Mouton-Rothschild.

 

  • Why order a great Pauillac?

The style of Pauillac wines is what many consider to be the greatest wine of Bordeaux: rich, full-bodied and tannic. They have a strange ability to combine a regal character, with a sense of rigour and elegance. They combine elegance with power coupled with complexity. Notable flavors of blackcurrant, blackberry, tobacco, cigar box, spices, earth, lead pencil, cedar wood and rainforest aromas coupled with powerful wines, firm tannins. In the best vintages, the best wines can age 100 years or more! Pauillac has 1,199 hectares of vines and has 115 different producers in the region. Pauillac is separated from the Saint-Julien appellation to the south by a small stream and is bordered by Saint-Estèphe to the north.

 

  • Best Pauillac Wines | The Greatest Châteaux

Here are the chateaux we recommend within this appellation: Lafite-Rothschild, Latour, Mouton-Rothschild, Pichon Longueville Baron, Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, Lynch-Bages, Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pontet-Canet, Haut-Batailley, Batailley.

 

  • What are the premiers grands crus from Pauillac?

The Premiers Crus of Pauillac each have their own characteristics: Lafite Rothschild produces the most complex in aroma and subtle flavour of the region, while - with its high percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon - Mouton Rothschild can produce an exuberant, rich and fleshy wine. Château Latour, without doubt the most coherent premier cru of Bordeaux, is located in the south of Pauillac, next to St Julien. Its soil is rich in gravel with excellent drainage and the Pauillac vines of Château Latour penetrate up to five metres into the ground. It produces perhaps the oldest wines of the Médoc.

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Red2014 Bordeaux Pauillac
93/100 Wine SpectatorWS
94/100 Robert ParkerRP
Price84
Regular price 94

1 in stock

Château Lynch Bages 1996
Red1996 Bordeaux Pauillac
92/100 Wine SpectatorWS
93/100 Robert ParkerRP
Price158
Regular price 178

3 in stock

Château Latour 1996
Red1996 Bordeaux Pauillac
96/100 Wine SpectatorWS
99/100 Robert ParkerRP
Price735

2 in stock

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Red1975 Bordeaux Pauillac
93/100 Wine SpectatorWS
92/100 Robert ParkerRP
Price445

2 in stock

Les vins rouges de Pauillac sont réputés pour être des vins de grande garde et peuvent être conservé entre 5 et 25 ans selon la qualité du millésime et du Château. Les 1ers grands crus classés, dans les grands millésimes, peuvent être gardés jusqu'à 50 ans. Consultez les prix des Pauillac

Le prix des vins de Pauillac va de 30€ à plus de 800€ pour les châteaux les plus prestigieux tel que Latour ou Lafite. En moyenne, pour un grand vin de Pauillac le prix tourne autour de 60€. Consultez les prix des pauillac

De l'avis des plus grands dégustateurs tel que Robert Parker, les meilleurs châteaux de Pauillac sont : Latour, Lafite, Mouton RothschildPontet Canet et Lynch Bages. Découvrez le classement des meilleurs vins de Pauillac.

De l'avis des dégustateurs, les plus grands millésimes des vins de Pauillac sont : 1945, 1959, 1982, 1990, 1996, 20092010 et 2016.

Les vins de Pauillac sont puissants. Il est donc nécessaire de l’accompagner avec des mets de caractère tel que du canard ou du gibier. Découvrez nos conseils d'accord mets et vins